We’re back behind the mic today after a one-week hiatus. We had originally recorded an episode last week (which addressed current events) but decided not to publish it. Our hearts do go out to everyone in this time of chaos and uncertainty.
This week, we’re back, talking about business, bad habits, and kindergarten graduation parades. We’re talking about ProcessKit’s onboarding updates and one of their newest customers. We’re also talking about Jordan’s big problem and his recruiting and hiring issues.
The world is in chaos but we’re still here. Today we’re talking about some of the trends and the future of podcasting after some big news with The Joe Rogan Experience. We’re also going over some updates with Carthook, ProcessKit, and Audience Ops.
In today’s episode we’re talking about socializing with family friends and work during the pandemic, as well as the latest news and questions on our minds about the current status of tech and the world. PokerStars, weekly stand-ups, Facebook, and what reopening might look like. The big question on everyone’s mind is: “How long is this going to last?” In business news, we’re talking about Brian’s new ProcessKit course, and Jordan’s views on hiring.
Welcome back! Brian and Jordan are back behind the mic. We’re talking about ProcessKit’s best month, and Brian’s excitement about moving forward and making progress. We’re also talking about Jordan’s experience with Carthook’s people coach and accidental faux pas with his leadership team.
We’re back for another episode of Bootstrapped Web. This episode is all about our thoughts on quarantine hair, having our kids at home, and working from home challenges. We’re talking about how to make working-from-home better, happier, and more productive.
This week’s ad is for Council.Club, which is an invite-only site that helps remote workers find like-minded people in order to expand their work community and collaborate together.
We also go over the issues stemming from working remotely while you go through the resignation and hiring process with your team. Jordan struggles with managing emotions and expectations remotely. Meanwhile, ProcessKit has a fantastic (and big) new feature in the works and Brian goes over his sales and onboarding goals.
We’re back behind the mic and keeping the streak going during the quarantine. Today we’re updating each other on our energy levels on Day # Who-Knows-What of “quarantine life”, catching up on the latest news in our businesses, how we put pressure on ourselves, road maps, standards & communication, Shopify crises, and “sponsored ads.” Not to mention, Zoom poker nights, birthdays, and birthday bikes.
Most of us are hovering around week 5 of the quarantine. How are you holding up?
Today we’re talking about the lack of barbers and salons, the state of the economy, trends in our businesses and what we’ve seen in the market, the latest news on Carta, and updates on our businesses. We also address our thoughts on the future of e-commerce economy.
This is four weeks in a row now. Quarantine life is conducive to podcasting. Coronavirus has put people into precarious positions right now. What should be on our priority lists? How do you handle traumatic or dramatic events during a global crisis like Coronavirus? Especially while we’re all working remotely.
Today we’re talking about what’s going on behind the scenes at Carthook, Brian’s sense of Coronavirus urgency, and personnel and communication issues within a company (where to draw boundaries, what expectations are, and good practices), the Seder, shopping in masks, and being protein-driven.
It turns out when we work from home and we’re under quarantine, we can upload pretty consistently. Welcome back to the podcast, everyone. Things are still weird out there with COVID-19 and we’re just trying to take things day-by-day. Everything is so unstable and unpredictable. We’ll share fears and commiserate together.
Today we’re talking about how everything is connected, how the quarantine is affecting everything, the CARES Act for small businesses, and we’ll talk about more updates on what’s going on with Productize, ProcessKit, and CartHook.
Brian and Jordan here! Like most of the US, we’re settling into the second week of quarantine life. As time goes on, it feels like this whole thing is going to last even longer than we imagined. Today we’re talking about COVID-19 and how it has affected us directly: mentally, physically, emotionally, and fiscally. We also talk about running laps around the house, marketing, and content strategies.